Details on tomorrow’s planned reboost for the ISS – the final one in the ATV-4 mission – from ESA’s Thomas Beck at ATV-CC.

The reboost on Thursday [24.10] is planned to generate a modest delta-V (change in speed) of about 0.6 m/sec and to use approximately 85 kg of fuel.

The corresponding small increase in ISS altitude should be on the order of a bit less than 2 kilometres. The back-up date for this reboost is Saturday, 26 October.

I will provide more up-to-date figures after reboost termination.